Study your Master degree at UWA with a scholarship
UWA International Master’s by Coursework Scholarships
The University of Western Australia offers international master’s by coursework scholarships to high-achieving international students.
The International Master’s by Coursework Scholarship program is awarded to students who have demonstrated academic excellence in relevant undergraduate studies at an overseas institution and will undertake an applicable master's by coursework commencing in 2018.
The value of the scholarship awarded will be determined by the academic achievement of the applicant and will be awarded over three levels.
LEVEL 1 : AUD$3000 PER YEAR - Equivalent WAM of 70-74.99 in an Australian undergraduate degree
LEVEL 2 : AUD$5000 PER YEAR - Equivalent WAM of 75-79.99 in an Australian undergraduate degree
LEVEL 3 : AUD$7000 PER YEAR - Equivalent WAM of 80 in an Australian undergraduate degree
The scholarships apply for Master degrees provided by faculty/schools such as:
- School of design
- School of Humanities, Music, Social Sciences
- Business School
- Law School
- Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
- Health and Medical Sciences
- Science (Any master's degree by coursework)
Contact our Study Advice team to learn more details
About University of Western Australia: The university to rank first in Western Australia and place in the Top 100 of universities globally.
- Ranked 96th in the Top 100 of universities around the world
- Seven subjects are ranked in the world's Top 50
- Five reasons to study at UWA:
Vibrant student experience : UWA is just 10 minutes from Perth’s main shopping and business district and close to many of the city’s stunning beaches. On campus, you’ll have an array of essential amenities to enjoy, including cafés, libraries, bookshops, a vibrant cultural precinct and tonnes of clubs and societies to join and experience student life to its fullest
Innovative course structure: Whatever goals you may have, a UWA degree creates a world of possibilities. About 40 per cent of today’s jobs won’t exist in 20 years’ time (CEDA, 2015), so we believe in better preparation for the careers of the future.
Rankings and ratings : UWA places equal first overall in Australia for student demand, graduate starting salaries, research intensity and research grants based on key measures in the Good Universities Guide 2016. The QS World Rankings has given them its highest rating possible – 5 Stars+ – and we rank in the top one per cent of universities worldwide. Seven of our subject areas are ranked in the world’s Top 50, according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject. The subjects are: Earth and Marine Sciences; Agriculture and Forestry; Anatomy and Physiology (13th); Psychology; Performing Arts and Mineral and Mining Engineering (11th).
Graduate outcomes: Your UWA degree is an investment in your future. UWA graduates consistently exceed the national average starting salaries and State graduate employment rates.
Changing the world through research: As a research-intensive university, UWA is part of the Group of Eight (a coalition of top research universities in the country) and one of only two Australian members of the Worldwide Universities Network. UWA is also a foundation member of the Matariki Network of high-quality, research-intensive universities with a particular focus on student experience.